By Peter J. Gomes

How the Church Domesticated Jesus

With his certain combination of eloquence and perception, the esteemed Harvard minister Peter J. Gomes invitations us to listen to anew the novel nature of Jesus' message of wish and alter. utilizing examples from precedent days in addition to from sleek popular culture, The Scandalous Gospel of Jesus indicates us why the good news is every piece as correct this present day as while it was once first preached.

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